Detail of Hereford mappa mundi, left corner on the bottom Hereford mappa mundi facsimile from 1869 - Editor Rev. F.T. Hauergal, M.A. Hereford. Hereford mappa mundi facsimile from 1869 - detail | by petrus.agricola

Detail of Hereford mappa mundi, left corner on the bottom Hereford mappa mundi facsimile from 1869 - Editor Rev. Hauergal, M. Hereford mappa mundi facsimile from 1869 - detail

Hereford mappa mundi and fantastic tribes | by petrus.agricola

On the left: a sciapod on the right: two cynocephali Hereford Mappa Mundi - modern facsimile Orientation: Top = East

One-eyed Arimaspi fighting against griffin | by petrus.agricola (Detail from Hereford mappa mundi facsimile from 1869 - Editor Rev. F.T. Hauergal, M.A. Hereford)

Detail from Hereford mappa mundi facsimile from 1869 - Editor Rev. Hauergal, M.

Above: Mantichora or Martikhora Below: Noah's arch Detail from Hereford mappa mundi facsimile from 1869 - Editor Rev. F.T. Hauergal, M.A. Hereford.

Above: Mantichora or Martikhora Below: Noah's arch Detail from Hereford mappa mundi facsimile from 1869 - Editor Rev. Hauergal, M.

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Medieval Unicorn detail Tapestry History St Stephen Counted Cross Stitch Pattern

Medieval Unicorn Detail from la tenture de saint etienne inspired by a Century French Tapestry. You'll even find an exact number count of how many skeins of each floss color you need.

sawley_map_with_overlay.jpg (1270×1845) The Sawley Map with Overlay From the Imago mundi by Honorius Augustodunensis England, probably Durham, ca. 1190 Corpus Christi College, Cambridge, MS 66, Part 1

sawley_map_with_overlay.jpg The Sawley Map with Overlay From the Imago mundi by Honorius Augustodunensis England, probably Durham, ca. 1190 Corpus Christi College, Cambridge, MS Part 1

On the left: Cynocephali (inscription above: cinocephales) Detail from Hereford mappa mundi facsimile from 1869 - Editor Rev. F.T. Hauergal, M.A. Hereford.

On the left: Cynocephali (inscription above: cinocephales) Detail from Hereford mappa mundi facsimile from 1869 - Editor Rev. Hauergal, M.

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